4 priests beaten to pulp as Enugu Govt battles Anglican Church


No fewer than six persons, including four Anglican priests, were on Friday allegedly beaten to stupor by some members a task-force working with the Enugu State Housing Corporation. The post 4 priests beaten to pulp as Enugu Govt battles Anglican Church appeared first on Vanguard News.

Guardiola Says He Can’t Win The Treble Every Season


Pep Guardiola has said it is impossible for him to do the treble with Bayern Munich. The coach has been criticized for the Bavarians early exit from the champions league and also losing out of the DFB Pokal by losing to Dortmund in the semifinals.

Lust-induced suicide


Sometime ago, the photo of a young lady who hanged herself in an uncompleted building surfaced in the media. The accompanying story alleged that the she committed suicide because her boyfriend left her for another girl. Before then, there was a story of a male youth corp member who, either

Homeless children overrun Calabar streets

They call them ‘Skolombo boys’, which literally means, a dangerous and mindless gang constituted by destitute or street boys and girls that roam the streets freely. They are without father or mother and homes. These gangs of homeless street children, comprising mainly of teenagers, were obviously abandoned to fend for

Nigerian Celebs D’Banj & Stella Damasus Join Stars Kim Kardashian, Nick Cannon, Muhammad Ali, Heidi Klum & More to Support Inaugural American Red Nose Day!

The American Red Nose Day is aimed at raising money for children and young people living in poverty and several celebs were spotted donning a red clown nose to increase publicity about the live telethon to raise money for charity.

A’Ibom pupils learn in collapsed classrooms

While pupils of other schools in Akwa Ibom State look forward to going to class with excitement, pupils of St. Peters RCM School, Akpa Utong, Ibesikpo Asutan Local Government Area of the state go to school only to meet the harsh reality of learning under a collapsed structure.

Ex-Bakassi member jailed 31 years for attempted murder

A Magistrate Court in Akwete, Ukwa East Local Government Area of Abia State, has sentenced a 30-year-old man Odochi Onyedi, popularly known as ‘Mungo Park’ to 31 years imprisonment without an option of fine for allegedly attempting to kill his elder brother, Onyebuchi Onyedi, and for illegal possession of firearm.

UBTH, police denying us access to autopsy report – deceased family

Family members of the late Chibuike Edeh, an employee of Protea Hotel, Benin, who reportedly died while in police custody, have accused the management of the University of Benin Teaching Hospital and the Nigeria Police of denying them access to the result of an autopsy on the deceased. Southern City

IMO community boils, youths demolish widow’ s house over witchcraft

Angry youths on Friday, bulldozed a building belonging to a widow known as Grace Ugbuaja during a funeral of one of the youths from Umuezu, Ndegwu in Owerri west Local Government Area of Imo state,Ephrem Ugbuaja who was alleged to have been killed by the witchcraft of the 72 year

Sex Camps designed to train girls for child marriage in Zambia and Mozambique

Girls as young as eight in Mozambique and Zambia are forced to go to camps where they are shown how to please a man in bed in order to prepare them for married life, activists said at an international conference on ending child marriage.These sexual initiations begin once menstruation starts

Three kidnappers killed in gun duel with police

Luck ran out of a three-man kidnap gang that have been terrorising innocent people in Imo and Anambra States within the past few months when they were gunned down by sharp-shooting men of the Nigeria Police Force. The suspected kidnappers had engaged security operatives in a fierce gun battle at

Keshi hails home-based Eagles

Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi says he is satisfied with the performances of the domestic league players he has been training in Abuja ahead the Super Eagles’ Gabon 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against   Chad in Kaduna on June13, the News Agency of Nigeria reports. Keshi said, “Right now, a

You will be judged by your performance, not by fighting corruption, Bola Ajibola tells Buhari


Prince Bola Ajibola (SAN), a one time Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice , in this interview says General Mohammadu Buhari will be missing the point if he dissipates all his energy fighting corruption and failing to provide basic needs to the people. The post You will be

Every World Cup tells its own story – Jones

As president of the Local Organising Committee, Steffi Jones was the face of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011, bringing her enthusiastic and open manner to the role to ensure that the finals were a huge success. The end of the tournament heralded a new chapter in Jones’s life

Eagles need new defenders to become African giants – Fuludu

Vincent Enyeama has become something of a cult figure in the Super Eagles since he guided Nigeria to their third Africa Cup of Nations triumph in South Africa in 2013 – and pulled off some big saves to help the team qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Former

I’m ready for French Open – Murray

Andy Murray says he is playing the best clay-court tennis of his career as he heads into the French Open.   The tournament, which begins at Roland Garros, Paris on Sunday, ends on June 7.

Serena targets 20th Gland Slam

Serena Williams says that at 33 she believes that time is still on her side for her to set a new all-time record of Grand Slam singles title wins, AFP reports. The American bagged her 19th title at the Australian Open in January.

Reading dump Aiyegbeni

Out-of-favour Super Eagles striker Yakubu Aiyegbeni has been sent packing by English Championship outfit Reading. According to Reading Chronicle, the well-travelled former Blackburn star, who sensationally returned to English football after he joined Royals as a free agent in February, was   ushered through the Madejski Stadium exit door along with